China on ‘Treadmill to Hell’ Amid Bubble.


#681

economictimes.indiatimes.com/art … aign=cppst


#682

Clouds gather around the Hong Kong property market.

scmp.com/business/article/20 … 1997-crash


#683

Coming up to 20 years of Chinese rule in Hong Kong

irishexaminer.com/breakingne … 95453.html

God help the indigenous Tycoons.


#684

asia.nikkei.com/Politics-Economy … and?page=2

theepochtimes.com/n3/2264142 … -bubble-2/


#685

cnbc.com/2017/07/26/china-to … -2017.html

If they allow private capital it might mean the end (or lessening) of forays into foreign real estate by the Chinese masses


#686

bloomberg.com/news/articles … bs-persist

scmp.com/business/china-busi … r#comments


#687

news.com.au/finance/economy/ … 6fab048fde

https://cdn.newsapi.com.au/image/v1/f3359946f6af3640ca71714267d62c32

https://cdn.newsapi.com.au/image/v1/9f67c0f20c1aa580c85d71ca9e5de239


#688

Chinese top official warns economy ‘kidnapped’ by property bubble ft.com/content/3bfea8be-7da … da0bcbc928 via @FT


#689

#690

I’ve heard anecdotally that engineers at equivalent pay grades in our company are now paid higher salaries than we are.

Still cheaper than the US though.


#691

Tonnes of very well paid professionals in China. That’s where huge investments and the world’s biggest market for many industries are after all.
For our American based company it’s contributing almost all the revenue and profit growth!


#692

bloomberg.com/view/articles … -to-change


bloomberg.com/news/articles … t-for-debt

cnbc.com/2017/10/12/china-r … -data.html

forbes.com/sites/sarahsu/20 … 8e2cc545a2


#693

:open_mouth:
Another ‘‘soft-landing’’ on it’s way.


#694

any experts on china?
many property bubbles depend on chinese money (or at the very least a pull back from chinese investors would have an impact), any insights into this ending


#695

They’ve been making it much harder to get money out for last few years.

I don’t see any problem with the Chinese economy at present investment still strong from government in research.

Basically I don’t see any big cracks but as we all know it’s a big complicated place. They have a big govt meeting coming up so never make any big changes before that .


#696

smh.com.au/business/markets/ … zamw2.html

bloomberg.com/news/articles … -continues


#697

bloomberg.com/news/articles … rs-retreat


#698

twitter.com/thechinahustle

Looks like General Wesley Clark @ 0.39


#699

Seems like old news? This from five years ago seems to contain most of the story.


#700

nytimes.com/2018/01/22/busi … y-tax.html

businessinsider.com.au/chin … sks-2018-1

As pointed out in various places on the forum many of the international threads are circa 10 years old